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  • 1. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronWelcome to this presentation.It shows the different types of Process diagrams and will helpyou to read them.It also provides you with reference information as to theircontents.Comments are most welcome (herve.baron@gmail.com),which I will incorporate for the benefit of all.HervéProcess Diagrams Training
  • 2. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronAgendaThe Process Diagrams• The Block Flow Diagram (BFD)• The Process Flow Diagram (PFD)• The Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)The various types of P&IDsThe different revisions of the P&IDs• Other Process diagrams• Quiz
  • 3. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronGuessWhat is this drawing?
  • 4. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Block Flow Diagram
  • 5. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Block Flow DiagramResults from the high level functional requirements of the plantDepicts the various Processes carried out within the facility and their sequenceShows the inputs (feed) and outputs (products)The item of the BFD is the Process Unit
  • 6. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronGuessWhat is this drawing?
  • 7. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Process Flow Diagram (PFD)
  • 8. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Process Flow Diagram (PFD)Process Flow Diagram
  • 9. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Process Flow Diagram (PFD)Results from process simulationsDepicts the various Equipment within a Process (or Utility) Unit and their sequenceShows the process controlsThe individual drawing item of the PFD is the Equipment Item
  • 10. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronScheme that includes the following information, as a minimum:Main equipment (all the itemized ones),Process lines between equipment,All control loops and main instruments,For each stream, indication of:• Temperature• Pressure• Composition• Specific gravity• Operating density• Heat content• Flow rate (relevant to each phase)Design conditions of main equipment.It shall be drawn-up according to ISA 6.12 regulation as far as symbology isconcerningThe Process Flow Diagram (PFD)
  • 11. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Process Flow Diagram (PFD)Heat andmaterialbalance
  • 12. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronGuessWhat type of diagram is this?
  • 13. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronThe Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
  • 14. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)“a document that clearly identifies the equipment in the physico-chemical process and the circulation of fluids between theseequipment items. It also shows the piping systems and controldevices necessary for unit operation as well as the specificrequirements to be taken into account for the design of systems.”The PFD is a detailing of the PFD that show all lines, instrumentsnecessary for the operation, monitoring, control andmaintenance around individual equipment.
  • 15. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
  • 16. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)What informationdoes a P&ID contain?
  • 17. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)Compare theinformation shown onthe PFD and the P&ID
  • 18. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)Compare theinformation shown onthe PFD and the P&ID
  • 19. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:What purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 20. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplinesWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 21. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and VendorWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 22. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and VendorWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?At the P&ID review
  • 23. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and VendorWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?What are the main items that are discussed during the P&ID review?At the P&ID review
  • 24. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)P&ID reviewEase of operation and maintenance:• Isolation /bypass of equipment
  • 25. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)P&ID reviewEase of operation and maintenance:• Isolation /bypass of equipment• Isolation/bypass of valves
  • 26. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)P&ID reviewEase of operation and maintenance:• Isolation /bypass of equipment• Isolation/bypass of valves• Vents/drains
  • 27. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and VendorWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 28. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronReview/comment of the designScope of supply:counter flange to besupplied by vendor, asper contractualspecificationDecision during a clarificationmeeting with vendor, for instance toallow maintenanceComments onInstrument numberingand installation:Vendor P&ID shall usethe same nomenclaturethan project’s P&IDMissing information: settingpressure of PCV shall be indicatedon P&ID
  • 29. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor• Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendorsWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 30. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor• Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendors• Perform HAZOP reviewWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 31. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor• Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendors• Perform HAZOP reviewWhat purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 32. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronHazard and Operability Review (HAZOP)Too much, too little, noFlow, Pressure, Temperature
  • 33. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor• Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendors• Perform HAZOP reviewDuring operation:What purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 34. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor• Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendors• Perform HAZOP reviewDuring operation:• Reference drawing for operator, work permit, plant modifications etc.What purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 35. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)At design stage:• Defines the design basis for Piping & Instrumentation disciplines• Serves to show and agree the operating and maintenance features betweenEngineer and Owner or between Engineer and Vendor• Serves to show the interface with equipment/package vendors• Perform HAZOP reviewDuring operation:• Reference drawing for operator, work permit, plant modifications etc.What purpose does aP&ID serve?
  • 36. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPlant Modifications
  • 37. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronImportant featuresNormal operation• Redundancy for critical instruments / safety switchesShutdown• Check valvesStart-up• Pressurization• warm-up / purge linesMaintenance• Equipment isolation & bypass: valves, spectacle/blind• Nitrogen injection, vent• Drains• Control and ON/OFF valves isolation• Instrument isolationPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 38. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)It includes:1. All itemized equipment,2. Item number and service description of each equipment withrelevant design condition3. All process and utilities lines, with indication of• Diameter• Rating• Material• Service• Line number ( if applicable)• Piping class• Piping class break / change• External finishing (such as insulation, personal protection, tracing…)
  • 39. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)4. Battery limits between Parties, e.g. contractor and vendor5. All valves and fittings on lines (including block valves, check valves,strainers), connections on equipment and vessels,6. All instruments with detailed control loops:• All instruments shall be tagged as per united numbering system,• Local instruments or instruments on local panel,• Sequences and interlocks (with brief description e.g.: comp. start / stop,permissive to start, etc.),7. Control valves ,8. Safety valves (with set point and inlet/outlet size),
  • 40. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)9. Particular data or notes relevant to equipment/instrumentsinstallation, such as:• Max or mini length of piping (requirement regarding suction / dischargepiping straight length, etc.),• Slope of piping• Elevation of equipment• Safe location requirement• Control and monitoring signals for rotating equipments and electricalmotors (if applicable),10. Item number and service description of each equipment with relevantdesign conditionIt shall be drawn-up according to ISA 6.12 requirements.
  • 41. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals• Process or Utility P&ID• Distribution P&ID• Interconnection P&ID• Pumps auxiliary P&ID• Package P&IDPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 42. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&IDs legend & symbols
  • 43. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols− Identification and numbering system− General Symbols− Equipment symbols− Piping Symbols− Instrument SymbolsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 44. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols− Identification and numbering system− General Symbols− Equipment symbols− Piping Symbols− Instrument SymbolsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 45. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronIdentification and numbering system
  • 46. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronIdentification and numbering system
  • 47. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronIdentification and numbering system
  • 48. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronIdentification and numbering system
  • 49. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Line
  • 50. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Line
  • 51. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols− Identification and numbering system− General Symbols− Equipment symbols− Piping Symbols− Instrument SymbolsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 52. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 53. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Valve type,position
  • 54. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Valve type,position
  • 55. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Valve type,position
  • 56. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Valve type,position
  • 57. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Valve type,position
  • 58. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID symbolsANSI/ISA-5.1What is the function of this valve?How is it called?
  • 59. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID symbolsANSI/ISA-5.1What is the function of this valve? To control the downstream pressureHow is it called? Pressure reducing self regulated valve
  • 60. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID symbolsANSI/ISA-5.1What is the difference between these 2 valves?
  • 61. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID symbolsANSI/ISA-5.1What is the difference between these 2 valves? The 2nd one has external pressure tap
  • 62. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID symbolsANSI/ISA-5.1What do these symbols represent?
  • 63. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID symbolsANSI/ISA-5.1What do these symbols represent?Rupture disk, Fail Open valve, Flow sight glass, Hydraulic signal
  • 64. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 65. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 66. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 67. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 68. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 69. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 70. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 71. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 72. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 73. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 74. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 75. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Instrumentfunction,location andsystem towhich theybelong
  • 76. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)What information is shownin the red frame?
  • 77. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 78. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)What information is shownin the red frame?
  • 79. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)What information is shownin the red frame?
  • 80. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 81. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)What information is shownin the red bubble?
  • 82. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Line specification breaks
  • 83. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals• Process or Utility P&ID• Distribution P&ID• Interconnection P&ID• Pumps auxiliary P&ID• Package P&IDPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 84. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping typical arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 85. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping typical arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 86. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramPiping Details
  • 87. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping typical arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 88. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramPiping typical arrangements
  • 89. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramWhat is the meaning of thissymbol, why is it in this position?
  • 90. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramWhat is the meaning of this symbol,why is it in this position?Spacer/blind (also called “figure 8”,spectacle/blind) in closed position.It is in closed position to preventmiss-operation of drain byoperator, such as draining beforedepressurizing.
  • 91. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsPSV
  • 92. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsPSVWhat do these indications mean?
  • 93. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsPSVWhat do these indications mean? That the line shall be sloped, withoutpocket, to prevent accumulation of condensed gas.
  • 94. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsPSVWhat do these indications mean? That the line shall be sloped, withoutpocket, to prevent accumulation of condensed gas.This is anexample ofprescriptionsshown on theP&ID byProcess toPipingdiscipline
  • 95. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsPSVOn which other lines do you find similar requirements pertaining to therouting of the line?
  • 96. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsPSVOn which other lines do you find similar requirements pertaining to therouting of the line? Gravity/Free draining line, line with no pocket, e.g.,compressor suction line
  • 97. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsDrainsWhat is the difference between these two drain typicals?
  • 98. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsDrainsWhat is the difference between these two drain typicals? A minimum distance betweenvalves and heat tracing are specified on the right one, the type of valves is different
  • 99. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsDrainsWhy is there a minimum distance specified between the valves?
  • 100. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID arrangementsDrainsWhy is there a minimum distance specified between the valves? To prevent freezing of thesecond (downstream) valve due to flashing liquid in the first one. This would prevent theclosing of the second valve. This is what happened in the Feyzin refinery accident in Franceand this minimum distance has been specified ever since.
  • 101. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping typical arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 102. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramDepiction onP&IDCorresponding details
  • 103. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping Arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 104. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramON/OFF valves Typicals
  • 105. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramON/OFF valves Typicals
  • 106. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping Arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 107. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Motors Typicals
  • 108. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Motors Typicals
  • 109. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping typical arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)In your opinion, why suchstandardization is made?
  • 110. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals− Piping Details− Piping typical arrangements− Instrument Details− ON/OFF valves Typicals− Motors Typicals− Sample Connection DetailsPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)Standardization is madeFor safetyFor qualityFor consistency for operatorFor cost (CAPEX: bulk order + OPEX: spare parts)
  • 111. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronVarious types of P&IDs• Legend and Symbols• Details and Typicals• Process or Utility P&ID• Distribution P&ID• Interconnection P&ID• Pumps auxiliary P&ID• Package P&IDPiping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs)
  • 112. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramWhat type of P&ID is this?
  • 113. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramInterconnecting P&ID
  • 114. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramWhat type of P&ID is this?
  • 115. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramDistribution P&ID
  • 116. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramWhat type of P&ID is this:•Process/Utility unit?•Package?•Auxiliary?•Distribution?•Interconnecting?
  • 117. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronPiping & Instrumentation DiagramWhat type of P&ID is this:•Process/Utility unit?•Package?•Auxiliary?•Distribution?•Interconnecting?
  • 118. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronAgendaThe Process Diagrams• The Block Flow Diagram (BFD)• The Process Flow Diagram (PFD)• The Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)The various types of P&IDsThe different revisions of the P&IDs• Other Process diagrams• Quiz
  • 119. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID work sequenceP&IDs are typically issued 3 times, as designed progresses
  • 120. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID work sequenceIFR IFD IFCP&IDs are typically issued 3 times, as designed progresses
  • 121. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID work sequenceIFR IFD IFCP&IDs are typically issued 3 times, as designed progresses
  • 122. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID work sequenceIFR IFD IFCP&IDReviewP&IDs are typically issued 3 times, as designed progresses
  • 123. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronP&ID work sequenceIFR IFD IFCP&IDReviewHAZOPP&IDs are typically issued 3 times, as designed progresses
  • 124. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhich revision of P&IDs has the following purpose/contents?Purpose IFR IFD IFCCollect Client commentsPerform PID reviewPerform HAZOPPerform Piping MTO for 1st Piping purchaseFreeze Control system I/O listIssue Piping ISOsContents IFR IFD IFCComments from all disciplinesComments from Piping, I&C disciplinesFinalized interfaces with eqt/packageExercised Contract Option(s)Size, number of PSVs and CVsDiameter of process linesDiameter of utility linesHAZOP comments incorporatedClient comments incorporated
  • 125. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhich revision of P&IDs has the following purpose/contents?Purpose IFR IFD IFCCollect Client comments XPerform PID review XPerform HAZOP XPerform Piping MTO for 1st Piping purchase XFreeze Control system I/O list XIssue Piping ISOs XContents IFR IFD IFCComments from all disciplines XComments from Piping, I&C disciplines XFinalized interfaces with eqt/package XExercised Contract Option(s) XSize, number of PSVs and CVs XDiameter of process lines XDiameter of utility lines XHAZOP comments incorporated XClient comments incorporated X
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  • 127. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronAgendaThe Process Diagrams• The Block Flow Diagram (BFD)• The Process Flow Diagram (PFD)• The Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)The various types of P&IDsThe different revisions of the P&IDs• Other Process diagrams• Quiz
  • 128. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronOther type of diagrams issue by ProcessWhat diagram is this?
  • 129. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronOther type of diagrams issue by ProcessWhat diagram is this?The ESD simplified diagram (or sectionalisation diagram)
  • 130. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronAgendaThe Process Diagrams• The Block Flow Diagram (BFD)• The Process Flow Diagram (PFD)• The Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)The various types of P&IDsThe different revisions of the P&IDs• Other Process diagrams• Quiz
  • 131. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhich document is this?
  • 132. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhich document is this? A PFD
  • 133. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhich process diagram is produced for each operating case?Which Process Diagram shows the entire Plant?The indication “NNF” (Normally Non Flowing) is shown on whichProcess Diagram?Which Process Diagram shows a Process (or utility) unit?
  • 134. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhich process diagram is produced for each operating case?The PFDWhich Process Diagram shows the entire Plant?The BFDThe indication “NNF” (Normally Non Flowing) is shown on whichProcess Diagram?PFDWhich Process Diagram shows a Process (or utility) unit?PFD
  • 135. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizWhose legend sheet is this?
  • 136. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizThat of PFDs, as, among other things, no line designation, no other instruments thancontrollersWhose legend sheet is this?
  • 137. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizYou just arrived at a new facility. What document will you ask to seefirst to get an overall view of the Plant Process?
  • 138. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronQuizYou just arrived at a new facility. What document will you ask to seefirst to get an overall view of the Plant Process? The Block Flow Diagram
  • 139. HERVEBARON©2013–HervéBaronhttp://www.toblog.fr/en/baron.htmlYou enjoyed this presentation?Share my experience on other topics:EngineeringContract ManagementProject ControlAttend my classroom trainingThe list and schedule of coming sessions is on my blog at:Going further